We commit ourselves:
-The government is responsible for obtaining the following: representation from political groups at all levels related to DDRR, Security Sector Reform and National Reconciliation; the assumption of responsibility of the leaders the National DDRR Program; the settlement of any indemnities owed to the representatives of the CCS. This will help achieve better coordination between the United Nations, the politico-military movements and the other international institutions on DDRR, contribute to implementing the country 's other reconstruction programs, and facilitate the role of the National Assembly in managing the process;
On matters of justice and reparation, this Agreement, taking into account:
- the right of pardon of the President of the Republic, establishes a "Truth, Justice and Reconciliation" Commission, with a 12-month mandate, which, after having acquired all possible documentation on the matter and before any hearings it deems useful, will produce recommendations on the following matters to be submitted to the President of the Republic and to the National Assembly:
-The reinsertion of leaders and executives belonging to politico-military groups,
3. At an economic, humanitarian and social level
-To urgently begin intensive work, directed towards ex-combatants, young people and the community, for the rehabilitation of priority infrastructures (roads, schools, hospitals, etc.);
-To providing food and care for members of politico-military groups and their families during the DDRR period;
-To the distribution of kits (agricultural tools, seeds, livestock, construction equipment or other) for those who choose to return to civilian life;
-To providing politico-military groups with the means necessary for raising awareness and popularizing this agreement;
-To organising technical training courses (electricians, mechanics, carpenters, etc.) and scholarships for those wishing to start a business or seek employment;
-For those already employed by the state, a joint government-politico-military group commission will be established to evaluate each case.
-For those wishing to join the public service or resume studies, appropriate measures must be put in place by the government.
At the end of the DDRR process there will be no more politico-military groups in the Central African Republic but only political forces. The country will be guarded by MINUSCA and its own defence and security forces, present throughout the whole territory of the country.